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Good entry level mowers

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing Equipment' started by cmos123, Mar 18, 2011.

  1. cmos123

    cmos123 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 77

    I have not. It seems like a strange size, not much more that a 21", and if you are going to get a commercial mower, might as well get at least a 32". Have you used it?
  2. houston ranger

    houston ranger LawnSite Member
    Posts: 7

    No I haven't but I've seen some LCO that use them instead of the 21. I am also planning on getting one to use it intead of my 21
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  3. Procareope

    Procareope LawnSite Member
    Posts: 61

    The World Lawn units are not by any means your $6,000 dollar commercial hydro walk behinds, but they're not a residential mower. It's a simple design, low 'flare', low tech unit that is easy to use and easy to maintain. The Kawasaki KAI (FH series) is a standard engine on many commercial walk behind (Pro-V, Trimstar, T-2 etc) and is a great motor. I don't know to much about the Quick mower, but none the less I think you'd be happy with a World Lawn. You'll want to upgrade in the future, but it will definitely get you started in the right direction.
  4. Richard Martin

    Richard Martin LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 14,700

    I'd buy the Quick just because it's an American mower. The Worldlawn mowers are manufactured in China and assembled in the US. Worldlawn just bought Encore mowers so they could get the name. It seems like an attempt to deceive people into thinking that it's an American mower from Beatrice Nebraska. The parts will probably still be shipped from China and assembled in the old Encore plant with the Encore name on them.

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